Sleepy Hollow Homes For Sale

Search the newest Sleepy Hollow homes for sale and real estate in San Anselmo below! The Sleepy Hollow neighborhood of San Anselmo is located between Fairfax Heights and Yolanda Station, accessible by Butterfield Road off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. For further information about Sleepy Hollow properties for sale in San Anselmo or to schedule a private showing, contact your Bay Area real estate team today. Read more about Sleepy Hollow real estate.

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Sleepy Hollow Real Estate Market

Many Sleepy Hollow homes date from the 1950s and feature the classic ranch and mid-century architectural styles, as well as the spacious lots, of the era. The median price of homes for sale is in the low $1 millions, with single family home prices starting in the upper $600s and condos starting in the mid $500s. Most real estate has three to five bedrooms and around 2,500 square feet of living space.

Sleepy Hollow Community Amenities

Community amenities include a clubhouse available for event rentals, a pool, tennis courts, and a preschool. The Sleepy Hollow Homes Association has its own tennis club, women’s club, and swim team, and the association hosts events for residents throughout the year, such as creek cleanup, Independence Day parade, and a fun run. The neighborhood is about three miles from downtown San Anselmo.

Sleepy Hollow School Information

Nearby schools are highly rated and include Brookside Elementary, White Hill Middle, and Sir Francis Drake High.

Sleepy Hollow boasts a strong sense of community, and it is an excellent neighborhood for those looking to buy a home in a peaceful, woodsy setting in Marin County.

Sleepy Hollow Real Estate Agents

Plan to buy or sell a home in Sleepy Hollow? Allow our San Anselmo real estate specialists to help you through the purchase of your next Sleepy Hollow property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the Sleepy Hollow housing market.

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about Sleepy Hollow buyer or seller representation. Head to our Free Market Analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your Sleepy Hollow property!

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